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Impact of the National Project «Healthcare» on Improving the System of Medical Care in the Russian Federation

Student: Pavel Sklyanov

Supervisor: Sergey Shishkin

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Health Care Administration and Economics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The unsatisfactory current state of the healthcare industry in Russia and the rapid development of this industry in the world dictate the necessity of improving the domestic medical care system. In this regard, actuality and importance of the issue of modernization and development of the healthcare system in Russia is obvious, because it could be carried out under the auspices of the National Healthcare project, which is designed to eliminate or minimize the shortcomings of the domestic healthcare system and modify it. This graduation thesis is devoted to assessing the impact of the National Healthcare Project on improving the provision of medical care to the population. Within the framework of the graduation thesis, the characteristics of the medico-demographic situation and the health indicators of the Russian population were considered, the system of medical care for the population was described, its current state and main problems were determined, the National Healthcare project and its main directions, goals, objectives and targets were considered. TIn the graduation thesis were also reviewed the expected changes in the medical care system during the implementation of the National Healthcare Project, analyzed the practical implementation of the National Healthcare project in the regions, its shortcomings, weaknesses and problems, assessed their impact on the achievement of national targets project. The graduation thesis also presents recommendations for the modernization of the National Healthcare project, aimed at improving the system of medical care for the population. In the graduation thesis described the main problems and risks that arise during the implementation of the National Healthcare Project. At different stages of the graduation thesis, depending on the tasks, the methods of theoretical, system, qualitative and prognostic analysis were used, as well as methods of collecting and analyzing primary information (in the form of a sociological survey). The empirical basis of the graduation thesis was: legal acts, passports of the National Project and federal projects, educational and methodical literature, reporting and statistical data, information and analytical materials, scientific publications and materials from the Internet, etc. The structure of this graduation thesis is reflected in the table of contents and includes an introduction, two chapters (containing seven paragraphs), a conclusion, a list of sources used in the work, and an appendix. The results of the graduation thesis can be used as recommendations to public authorities for adjusting the measures implemented within the framework of the National Project in order to increase their effectiveness and better match the strategic goals of the development of national health care.

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